Become a master mixologist with this $30 course

Learn to whip up some of the most popular cocktails — from classic mojitos to white chocolate and coconut martinis.

  • With bars and restaurants at limited capacity, people have become their own bartenders from home.
  • Mixing delicious cocktails doesn't always come naturally; it's a learned skill.
  • From gin to tequila, this online course collection offers tips and tricks that lay out the fundamentals of pro bartending.

Even though you may enjoy a variety of different cocktails, having the ability to create delicious drinks from scratch isn't something that comes naturally. It's a learned skill — and this Ultimate Mixology and Cocktail Trainer Bundle is your best bet at figuring out how to make next-level alcoholic combinations without leaving your house.

The course collection features nine hours of content broken down into five different classes by liquor type. The courses will walk through how to whip up some of the most popular cocktails — from a classic mojito to a white chocolate and coconut martini.

You'll learn from world champion mixologist Paul Martin. He's got a ton of accolades under his belt, like two Guinness World Records, multiple gold medals for Drinks International Cocktail Challenge, and the title of Noblesse World Mixology Champion. Plus, he boasts an instructor rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars.

The lessons will dive into the background and history of these cocktails to provide a deeper understanding of the mixtures. But perhaps more importantly, the recipes from this class will surely leave a lasting impression on you and your friends. There's no doubt your crew will be impressed with the number of new techniques you'll have under your belt.

Stop wasting your booze making crappy cocktails. The 2021 Ultimate Mixology and Cocktail Trainer Bundle guarantees an experience like no other, which is why it comes as no surprise that it carries a $1,000 price tag. For a limited time, though, you can sign up for just $29.99.

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